A Visual History of the Everly Brothers
Donovan Pays Tribute to the Everly Brothers During Music Masters Week
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "Fever"
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Announces the Initial Tribute Concert Lineup and Additional Events for the 19th Annual Music Masters® Series Honoring the Everly Brothers
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "Stairway to Heaven"
Songs They Wish They'd Written with Ray Davies, Slash and St. Vincent
Los Angeles in the 60s: Beefeaters, Byrds, Buffalos and Folk-rock Supergroups
Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll: "That'll Be the Day"
Pop up!: The Fine Art of Rock and Roll Comes to Cleveland
In the Studio with Metallica Producer Flemming Rasmussen
Billy Preston has the distinction of being the only musician besides the band members to be credited on a Beatles record. Preston’s status as “the Fifth Beatle” came about only because “the Third Beatle” – George Harrison – had, for ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit, Event
One of the strongest and most enduring relationships the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has enjoyed is the one we have with Elvis Presley Enterprises/Graceland. As the Museum was being developed, Graceland was on board ...Categories: Inductee, Exhibit
On November 29, 1969, the Beatles were at the top of Billboard's Hot 100, earning their first two-sided Number One single with "Come Together/Something." It became the Fab Four's 18th Number One single – one more than Elvis ...Categories: Hall of Fame, Inductee, Today in Rock
The Beatles played Shea Stadium in New York City on August 15, 1965. They were the first rock group to play an outdoor sports stadium, and the show attracted 55,600 fans - the most attended show of the time. The ...Categories: Inductee, Today in Rock
As part of our re-design of the Museum’s galleries, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has just opened a fantastic new Beatles exhibit. It features all new casework, a video element and – best of all – several great new ...Categories: Exhibit
It’s hard to believe that it has been 30 years since John Lennon was assassinated outside of his apartment in New York City. At the time, I was running Rolling Stone magazine’s bureau in Los Angeles. I had ...Categories: Inductee